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No access after changing Interface Settings

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Nov 3rd, 2011
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Hello Everyone!


Let me start by saying that i am quite new to cisco equipment.


I have a new Cisco SF 300-24 and try to configure a static VLAN.


I changed die Administrative PVID for a few ports from 1 (Default-VLAN) to 10 (my new VLAN is Static) in Interface Settings.


Now I can't ping from my PC to the Switch on the ports I have changed.


Any help would be appreciated,


Thanks!


Jürgen

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cadet alain Thu, 11/03/2011 - 12:22
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Hi,


if you change the vlan for a port and you want to communicate with the switch IP address then you have to configure a new interface VLAN with the id of new VLAN.


Alain.

PAnsell86 Mon, 12/05/2011 - 16:57
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Based on your description I can only assume that the management IP for your switch is configured on the default vlan 1.


If you want to be able to access the switch from both vlan 1 and vlan 10 you will need to configure a router with access to both vlans. Alternately if you want to access the switch on vlan 10 only you will need to change the management vlan on the switch.


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